Greytower Technologies offer a range of services to our clients, from accessibility reviews and technical analysis of web services, to training and assistance in migrating to Unix-based desktop systems.
Contact us to discuss what we can do for you and your projects!
Our primary work today is with the siteSifter quality and accessibility assurance tool.
This cloud-based system is designed to automate testing those parts of a website that can be objectively measured. The tool is used by our customers and ourselves to evaluate sites and applications for accessibility problems, and to check for best-practice problems and code violations.
Now, and in the past, we have worked with, among others, the Swedish Government, the EU, and the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) in the UK.
We keep a keen eye on new developments in standards, techniques and browsers, and are at the forefront of analysis methodologies.
While siteSifter flag issues that may need manual checking, no accessibility review is complete without human inspection. For manual accessibility (#a11y) audits we prefer the expertise of RNIB Access Consultancy Services, whom we can warmly recommend. For more information regarding their services, please contact RNIB's Web Access team, part of RNIB Access consultancy Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With a long, and wide-ranging set of skills and experiences, we offer high quality systems development, primarily in Perl for Unix/Linux platforms.
Our well-secured servers give us the ability to offer a number of remote development environments, although we also do on-site work in Sweden and to a certain extent in the UK. Whether at a distance or locally we attempt to mesh with existing development teams, and are well-versed in various forms of electronic communication.
We pride ourselves on our careful use of revision control systems such as Subversion, and our ability to precisely document the work we do. Writing documentation is only one facet of our quality development philosophy.